Undoubtedly, this was the opening year of Chainsaw Man with the premiere of the anime and the second part of the manga, so much so that Shueisha released a new commercial inviting you to trace the history of the chainsaw through its written series. .
Shueisha celebrated how far the animated series has come since its October premiere by releasing a special trailer showcasing many of the most iconic anime moments seen in manga format. You can watch the special trailer below:
Obviously, we can highlight some of the highlights from the 12 episodes that Crunchyroll released (including a glimpse of what’s going to happen with anime in the future, with Rese’s presentation). Dare you read the history of the Chainsaw Man from the pages of your sleeve?
In this link, we will tell you where to start reading the manga if you have seen the anime. Panini Manga is responsible for publishing the Chainsaw Man manga, which consists of 11 volumes, which constitutes the first part of the chainsaw story.